MAQC Publishes Results of Large-Scale Comparative Microarray Study, Says Cross-Platform Data Are 'Reproducible and Comparable' | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Microarray data from different platforms can be “reproducible and comparable,” according to a collection of articles published in Friday's issue of Nature Biotechnology by the Microarray Quality Control Consortium — a community-wide effort to evaluate the reliability of DNA microarray data. 

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